- Publish Date
- Saturday, 19 May 2018, 11:03PM
After their royal wedding ceremony in front of the world, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle privately danced the night away with 200 of their wedding guests at Frogmore House inside Windsor Castle.
But there was still one more wedding tradition royal fans wanted to know all the details about - which was the 'first dance'.
According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly chose an up-beat '80s hit for the special moment.
And that song was none other than 'I Want to Dance With Somebody' by Whitney Houston!
The song was chosen as it has a special meaning for the bride.
In 2016, Meghan had referred to the tune as her “happy song” during an interview.
While guests let their hair down, they were entertained by a 12-piece jazz band from the deep south, a DJ (who was the same one that was at Pippa Middleton's wedding) and James Corden as the MC.
'The Late Late Show' host - who has been seen on boozy nights out with the groom in the past - reportedly set up a dance-off between Prince Harry, Prince William and their father Prince Charles.
And it didn't take long for the 36-year-old bride, her mother Doria Ragland, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice to be up on their feet heating up the competition.
As for what was on the menu, guests dined on posh burgers and candyfloss.
There also a 'drinks of the world'-themed bar, which even boasted a 'When Harry Met Meghan' cocktail made up of ginger and rum.
The evening capped off with a fireworks display in honour of the new couple.
One guest said: "It was the most magical night I have ever had. It was one of those experiences that money can't buy. It was a special night."
Guests reportedly left the party after midnight.